A month before Christmas in Germany, it's time for traditional fairs to open.

A month before Christmas, it was time for traditional fairs in Germany to open.

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USA

Anthony Fauci, head of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said there might not be enough time to prevent a dangerous surge in the COVID-19 epidemic. Fauci’s concern stems from the fact that for the first time in several weeks in the States, the coronavirus incidence curve has begun to rise again, and the upcoming holidays – Thanksgiving and Christmas, when millions of Americans travel to visit relatives and spend weekends with them, will negatively affect epidemiological indicators. …

Austria

The 10-day lockdown introduced in this country is now in effect. Everyone is sure that it will be extended for another 10 days. Residents of the country are allowed to leave their homes only to go to the store, visit a doctor or pharmacy, and also to play sports. Stores and establishments that are not classified as vital are closed. Austria became the first European country to return a lockdown.

Belgium

In the country, protests began against the new restrictions imposed by the government. A record 35,000 disaffected people took part in a demonstration in Brussels over the weekend. Officials went to extreme, restrictive measures due to the rapid increase in the incidence.

Germany

The maximum number of cases of COVID-19 is updated in Germany for the 15th day in a row. Seven-day figure, according to the German Institute. Robert Koch, at the beginning of this week was 386.5 cases per 100 thousand population, a week earlier it was 303.

German Health Minister Jens Spahn said that by the end of this winter, the entire population of Germany will either be vaccinated or face some kind of consequences of the pandemic. “Probably by the end of winter, as it is sometimes cynically said, almost everyone in Germany will be vaccinated, healed or dead,” the media cite the gloomy prophecy of Spahn, who does not yet support the idea of ​​compulsory vaccination.

Israel

The country’s Ministry of Health clarified the COVID-19 mortality statistics that frightened many. She showed a sharp increase in deaths from COVID-19: the latest report said 22 deaths per day, while in the entire previous week from the coronavirus in Israel died “only” 14 people. It turned out that for some reason, death certificates were not issued in the country for several days, and it is on the basis of this indicator that the ministry compiles a daily report.

Coronavirus statistics in the world:

Data as of 23 November 2021:

Total cases 258 079 329

Total deaths 5,157,195

USA

For the last 28 days:

Cases: 2,243,219 Deaths: 33,297

Total:

Cases: 47 863 314 Deaths: 772 260

Great Britain

For the last 28 days:

Cases: 1,082,471 Deaths: 4,419

Total:

Cases: 9 941 664 Deaths: 144 414

Russia

For the last 28 days:

Cases: 1,057,899 Deaths: 32,643

Total:

Cases: 9 205 431 Deaths: 260 319

Germany

For the last 28 days:

Sick: 924 609 Deaths: 4 009

Total:

Cases: 5 418 774 Deaths: 99 212

Turkey

For the last 28 days:

Cases: 721,749 Deaths: 5,930

Total:

Sick cases: 8 573 524 Deaths 75 042

According to Johns Hopkins University.

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